If you want to know what is going on that is of relevance to trans people and trans issues, this is the place to look.
Our events calendar is available on our diary page. If you have an event to add, please let us know. Otherwise, feel free to download it to your own pc.
And if you have an event you would like added, please drop us a line on firstname.lastname@example.org
Transformations: Exploring the History of Science and Gender
A group of humanities researchers interested in the history of gender and sexuality, artist Jason Barker and young people from Gendered Intelligence are producing a new performance and exhibition related to trans history and the history of sexual science. To develop the performance and exhibition, they are seeking to capture the voices of different trans and gender diverse people. They would like to collaborate with you by interviewing you about your life by one of our young members at Gendered Intelligence.
These interviews will be conducted by young trans and gender diverse people (16-25 years old). The interviews will take place on 6th and 8th July in Weston Super-mare and it should be possible to work together to organise slots. It will take between 1-2 hours.
There’s a possibility to stay over the night before if that helps with travel. The project will pay for all travel expenses, and refreshments will be provided.
If you are at all interested, contact Jay Stewart at Gendered Intelligence for further information: email@example.com
UN Human Rights Fellowship: Trans candidate(s) sought now
As part of its overall work on the human rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (trans) and intersex people, the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) is piloting a new Fellowship programme. In 2019, the Fellowship will be open to trans candidates.
The successful candidate will be involved in a wide range of activities, including research, liaison with other organisations, involved with the OHCHR, preparing media releases and being involved in campaigning work.
The successful candidate will be required to work with the OHCHR at its offices in Switzerland, and will be remunerated at a rate of 3800 CHF (approx £3050) per month.
For further details on how to apply (all applications must, in any case, be submitted by 5 July 2019) check out here.
Office Administrator for Galop
Galop require a dedicated Office Administrator to work closely with the Operations Manager to ensure the effective and efficient running of the organisation’s administrative systems and day to day activities.
The Office Administrator will often be the first point of contact, playing a key role in responding effectively to enquiries and will support the Galop team to deliver a wide range of projects.
This is a permanent job, providing approx 28 hours a week of work, and paying c. £25,000 a year. The role is based at Galop’s London offices.
Deadline for application is 12 noon on Monday 8th July 2019. If you would like more details and/or an application pack, click here.
Contributors wanted for Equality Panel
This should be fairly self-explanatory: but in case it is not, check out the Facebook post behind this here.
Media and Social Media Training
#StillHere, in conjunction with Trans Media Watch is planning to put on two sessions of media and social media training for trans campaigners and allies. The aim is to run one session in London: and the other in Leeds or Manchester in late June/early to mid-July.
A third may be possible if there is demand and budget for it.
If you are interested in hosting/arranging a session in your area, please drop a line to firstname.lastname@example.org.